Trekking Santa Cruz Llanganuco

Trek Details:
Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
Difficulty: Medium
Activity: Nature / Adventure
Season: March / October
Altitude Between: 3,100 / 4,750 m.
Starting Point: Cashapampa
Day 1 Huaraz (3,100 m) / Cashapampa / Llamacorral (3,760 m)
Transfer to the north of Huaraz 3,090 m, passing through the villages of Carhuaz, Yungay, Caraz, then we will arrive at Cashapampa 2,900 m from this place begins our walk to the Llamacorral camp 3,760 m (4 hours)
Day 2 Llamacorral / Taullipampa (4,250 m)
We will continue our walk through the wide and flat creek of Santa Cruz, crossing the lagoons of Ichiccocha and hatuncocha, from where we want to start a side walk towards the base camp of the Alpamayo until we reach the Arhuaycocha lagoon from where we have splendid views of the Quitaraju 6,040 m, Alpamayo 5,947 m, Artezonraju 6,025 m and others, then cross to our camp in Taullipampa 4,250 m (5 hours.)
Day 3 Taullipampa / Paso (4,750 m) / Cachinapampa
We will start climbing up to the Punta Union pass 4,750 m from where you can see a large part of the Cordillera Blanca and Negra, then we will begin to descend to the Huaripampa gorge until we reach the Cachinapampa camp 3,600 m (6 hours)
Day 4 Cachinapampa / Pacchapampa (4,200 m)
We will continue descending to the small town of Huaripampa, and then we will ascend to Pacchapampa 4,200 m, (4 hours)
Day 5 Pacchapmapa / Paso (4,765 m) / Yuraccorral
After breakfast we will ascend to the Portachuelo de Llanganuco pass 4,765 m, in this place we will have a very splendid panoramic view towards the Nevado Huascarán, Chopicalqui, Huandoy, Pisco and Chacraraju, then we will descend to the Llanganuco ravine to Yuraccorral 3,850 m (5 hours)
Day 6 Yuraccorral / Laguna 69 / Yungay / Huaraz
From our camp we will walk to Laguna 69 of a blue color and cold waters, it is located at the foot of the snowy Chacraraju, Lunch and Transfer by vehicle to Huaraz visiting the lagoons of Llanganuco Orconcocha and Chinancocha.
What includes?
# Trekking Guide
# Cook (1), Arrieros (2)
# Tourist transport to the starting point for walking
# Food during the expedition (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
# Camping equipment (tent for sleeping, dining room, kitchen and bathroom)
# Logistic Kitchen Equipment (kitchen utensils)
# Donkeys for transporting luggage and food
# Emergency Horse (1)
# Entrance tickets (Huascaran National Park)
# First aid kit
# Communication radio
# Personalized assistance
What does not include?
# Personal clothing for Trekking
# Extra food and drinks in the cities
# Taxes inside the Airport
# Travel Insurance
# Sleeping bag
# Mat
# Tips (driver, guide, cook, muleteer)
What do i need to bring?
Wear appropriate clothing for the day (heat) and for the night (cold), sunscreen, sunglasses, repellent, bathing clothes, personal hygiene kit, walking shoes, camera, waterproof jacket, water bottle, sleeping bag, mat, small backpack, front (flashlight-light)

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